- Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has dropped Wednesday. The Senate decided to do so because Rousseff would have tampered with budget figures. Of the 81 senators, 61 voted for deposition and twenty against. That's well above the two-thirds majority was required.
The upper house had already suspended the president in May. Its vice president, Michel Temer, since took for its value. Temer may now her term of office, which runs until the end of 2018, serve out. Rousseff is the decision of the Senate still appeal to the Supreme Court. But that looked far not oppose the impeachment.